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.NET developer working with various technologies like C#, SharePoint, SQL, jQuery, etc.

Interested in testing and the establishing of a test effort/organisation from scratch (more or less)

Currently working on handling a SharePoint 2010 Portal, all included.


Feb
11
comment Lookup from list column?
I was looking for a solution thats doable by super users but it doesn't seem plausible in this case
Feb
10
asked Lookup from list column?
Jan
27
comment Content Query Web Part forgets that limit is not set?
caching was not enabled serverside as far as I could see
Jan
27
comment Content Query Web Part forgets that limit is not set?
Caching was not enabled on this site, could it still be server side caching issues? I'm not familiar with Fiddler etc. how would I determine if chaching is involved using that tool?
Jan
27
comment Content Query Web Part forgets that limit is not set?
The pages has been edited in shared view (that's what we did to remove the limit). Doesn't seem to be the cause
Jan
26
comment Content Query Web Part forgets that limit is not set?
I thought so but the problem keeps appearing so no reboots or anything seems to help
Jan
26
asked Content Query Web Part forgets that limit is not set?
Jan
21
accepted XSLT for summing a column in a Data View Web Part
Jan
21
comment XSLT for summing a column in a Data View Web Part
A variation of this link solved the problem (see my Updates in the question) Therefore this will be the accepted answer.
Jan
21
comment XSLT for summing a column in a Data View Web Part
It does, but I don't want to accept my own solution. I got some good inspiration here and want to acknowlegde that here.
Jan
20
revised XSLT for summing a column in a Data View Web Part
added 1676 characters in body
Jan
20
comment XSLT for summing a column in a Data View Web Part
Thx for the comment will do that
Jan
19
comment XSLT for summing a column in a Data View Web Part
And yes the decimal format was something I added in an attempt to solve the problem
Jan
18
comment XSLT for summing a column in a Data View Web Part
<xsl:decimal-format grouping-separator="." decimal-separator="," NaN="" name="european"/> <xsl:template match="/"> Test: <xsl:copy-of select="format-number(sum(for ($i in /dsQueryResponse/Rows/Row/@Distance) { return number(replace($i, ',','.')})), '#,##', 'european')" /> Tried this, but it fails (Failed setting processor stylesheet. expected token ')' found 'NAME'.....
Jan
18
comment XSLT for summing a column in a Data View Web Part
Does not handle negative numbers either...
Jan
18
comment XSLT for summing a column in a Data View Web Part
Think I might have a clue to the cause: The locale is danish and therefore e,g, 3.5 is written: 3,5. SharePoint can handle this and calculates the sum correctly, but 3,5 is not recognized as a number in the xslt... Any ideas how to fix that? (maybe a string replace in the calculation and then again in the representation of the result if possible?)
Jan
18
comment XSLT for summing a column in a Data View Web Part
Still gets NaN on that one :o/
Jan
15
revised XSLT for summing a column in a Data View Web Part
Spelling
Jan
15
asked XSLT for summing a column in a Data View Web Part
Jan
15
accepted Show calculated results from a SharePoint list